Algeria is proposing an initiative to resolve the political crisis in neighboring Niger with a six-month transition period led by a civilian, Foreign Minister Ahmed Attaf said on Tuesday.
Attaf, who recently toured West African states, said “most of the countries we have talked to are against military intervention to end the crisis.” Algeria has repeatedly said it was against military intervention, pointing to the chaos that followed NATO action in Libya in
2011 during its uprising against longtime leader Muammar Gaddafi. A 6 months transition period seem wholly inadequate to bring about the top to bottom decolonization that Niger requires.
Source: Cecil 84
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